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Element burn out bottom jennair stove

Element burn out bottom stove jennair SVD48600p
repain man replaced element and main board with clock
stove still would not work but he did not know what else
could be problem

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No error code?
Clock works?
Stove-Top Works?
Broil doesn't work?
Bake doesn't work?
Convection doesn't work
The convection fan runs?
Self Clean doesn't work?
He replaced the control board?

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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Test the sensor probe , and test the wiring harness to find out shorts or broken contacts.

I assume the thermal fuse had already been tested.

It will be useful to know if there is power to the element, and if the oven does not heath, is on error state, or there is no power at all on display.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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Just check whether the element is getting required voltage if not check the internal connections properly.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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